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Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (Executive)

GradDipBA (Exec)

80 cp

Minimum Duration: 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time.

Course available at:
Brisbane, Queensland
Melbourne, Victoria* (*not offered in 2013)
Sydney (North Sydney), NSW

EFTSL value of units: All 10 cp units in this course have an EFTSL value of 0.125. Units with a cp value of a multiple of 10 have corresponding EFTSL values.

1. Admission Requirements

An applicant must also comply with the Admission Rules.

To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed the following prerequisites:

  • Bachelor degree in any discipline; and
  • at least 3 years managerial and/or professional experience; or
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (Exec).

2. Requirement or Completion of the Graduate Diploma

2.1 To qualify for the Graduate Diploma, a student must complete 80 cp, consisting of:

  1. 10 cp from:
    1. BUSN603 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility (Pre: 30 cp from units at Postgraduate-level); or
    2. MGMT638 Ethical Leadership in Organisations;
  2. 70 cp from the Schedule of Unit Offerings

2.2 An applicant who has completed the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (Executive) or equivalent may be granted advanced standing.

3. Exit Point

A student who has completed the requirements prescribed for the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (Executive) may exit from the course with that award.

Schedule of Unit Offerings

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Prerequisite (Pre), co-requisite (Co) and incompatible (Inc) units are indicated in parentheses where applicable.

Core Units

Unit Code Credt Points Unit Name
ACCT600 10 Accounting for Decision-Making
BAFN600 10 Finance and Quantitative Methods (Pre: ACCT600 Accounting for Decision Making)
ECON600 10 Managerial Economics in a Global Environment
MGMT621 10 Management of Change
MGMT637 10 Knowledge Management
MGMT638 10 Ethical Leadership in Organisations
MGMT641 10 Organisational Dynamics and Behaviour
MKTG600 10 Marketing Management



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